Wilfried Zaha has been reportedly left 'devastated' by Crystal Palace's refusal to sanction a deadline day transfer to Everton.
Palace's talisman has attracted interest from Premier League outfits throughout the summer, with Arsenal reportedly making a £40m offer which was flatly rejected.
Everton launched a late attempt to prize Zaha away from Selhurst Park this month and reportedly offered Cenk Tosun and James McCarthy in a player-plus-cash deal, but this was turned down by the Eagles.
According to the Telegraph, the Ivory Coast international is desperate for a move away and has been left deeply upset by the way Palace have handled his situation.
With the transfer window remaining open for various other top European leagues, Zaha is open to the idea of moving abroad.
It is claimed in the report that Everton produced an offer of £60m, but Palace, whose valuation of Zaha is closer to £80m, refused to budge.body check tags ::